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Anjie Cho was on Bbox’s show The Many Shades of Green today discussing some amazing topics- from green buildings that are LEED certified to her Feng Shui practice.

Anjie suggests that achieving good Feng Shui and attaining positive chi can mean different things to different people, so in her search to gain good chi she was given advice by her professor to do one positive thing a day. Anjie now opens doors for as many people as possible each day.

What could you add to your life to add more “green chi?”

Look out for her recording on Bbox’s website http://www.bboxradio.com

Learn more about her below:

Anjie Cho is founder of Holistic Spaces, a practice focusing on
creating interiors with a focus on holistic design.  She creates and
enhances balance and harmony in her clients’ lives by designing spaces

with an understanding of sustainability and informed by the ancient

practice of Feng Shui.  Feng Shui focuses on changing the flow of chi,
the vital life force in humans and nature, to improve and transform
lives.  Her approach is inspired and integrative, functional and

intuitive, and kindles environmental and personal healing through

adjustments in your home and office.

Community and sustainability also deeply influence Anjie’s design.
She currently manages EcoBizNYC, a program of the Lower East Side
Ecology Center.  EcoBizNYC seeks to help small businesses, students,
and the general public to actively reduce air pollution, carbon
emissions and airborne environmental health hazards in NYC through
environmental auditing, education, and action.

Anjie is a registered New York State Architect, LEED Accredited
Professional, and practices BTB Feng Shui.  She received her formal
architectural training in the College of Environmental Design at the
University of California at Berkeley.  With over a decade of
experience, Anjie has designed high end residential and commercial
space throughout New York City, the Tri-State area, San Francisco and
Los Angeles.

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